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Post End Date :
Note to all candidates : This posting will close at 12 : 01 am on the date listed .
April 22, 2019
Education Online Instructor ADED 2P97 D3 S1
Post End Date : April 21, 2019
April 21, 2019
Adult Education Online Instructor Application ADED 2P97 Winter 2020 Session (D3)
Elective ADED Course : ADED 2P97 - Introduction to Leadership Theory in Adult Education (0.5 credit). Major theories, approaches, models and themes related to the study of organizational leadership.
This is a half credit (0.5) course of 36 contact hours in a duration offered in 12 unit increments over approximately 12 weeks, asynchronously (though within defined weekly windows of time), fully online.
There are no on-campus meeting requirements for this position.
Compensation : Approximately $6,410 per half course or $12,820 per full course.
About this process :
We appreciate all applications we receive from candidates, however, we will only contact candidates selected for an interview.
Brock University is an equal opportunity employer.
Individual contracts of employment granted from term to term do not guarantee subsequent contracts.
The Adult Education unit within the Faculty of Education schedules courses according to enrolment and reserves the right to cancel course sections in any given term.
You may be required to provide a criminal background record check.
All non-BUFA instructors are permitted to teach a maximum of 2 credit courses in any academic year as defined in the BUFA Collective Agreement at
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Duties of the Adult Education Online Instructor (Stipend Contract, non-union) :
Under the supervision of the Adult Education Director and Program Committee, the role is responsible for instructional duties, including a high level of academic direction, insight, and feedback to learners enrolled in the course as well as instructional preparation and support duties that include student consultation, preparation, grading, virtual office hours and other course administration.
Facilitate the learning experience in an exemplary manner that adheres to current adult education principles and practices, demonstrate a high level of instructor presence, stimulate discussion, and foster learner engagement to support the development of an academic learning community.
Develop engaging instructional resources (video, screencast, or podcast) that provide insight and feedback to learners on a weekly basis.
Assess and evaluate course assignments while providing meaningful and timely feedback to learners according to program policies and standards.
Use the Sakai LMS as the primary instructional tool for online courses.
Utilize the course curriculum as authorized by the Adult Education Director and Program Committee, while also providing appropriate academic oversight and input (via a formal report) regarding the ongoing relevance and effectiveness of course resources, assignments, and assessment tools and strategies on an annual basis.
Liaise with Adult Education Director and Program Committee, instructors, online facilitators and staff as required.
Participate in Adult Education program meetings each semester via video conference.
Work under the requirements outlined in the Adult Education Program Handbook, Brock University Undergraduate Calendar, and Faculty Handbook with academic oversight from the Adult Education Director and Program Committee.
Adhere to the requirements of mandatory training including AODA, Health and Safety Awareness Training, FIPPA, Academic Integrity and other professional development events as recommended by the Adult Education unit, the Faculty of Education and Brock University.
Qualifications required :
You must have demonstrated subject matter knowledge and expertise related to the relevant adult education literature and the specific course content listed below within your resume and cover letter.
Demonstrated successful experience facilitating or teaching adults in an online or hybrid delivery mode, ideally working in a Sakai-
based (or similar) LMS environment, within the last five years preferred.
Relevant professional working experience as an educator in the field of adult education, within the last five years preferred.
A relevant graduate degree from a recognized university required (MEd in Adult Education or equivalent), PhD or EdD preferred.
Skill in using Microsoft Office 365, or similar technology resources, to support the teaching and learning process.
Brock University is actively committed to diversity and the principles of Employment Equity and invites applications from all qualified candidates.
Women, Indigenous peoples, members of visible minorities, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. We will accommodate the needs of the applicants and the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) throughout all stages of the selection process, as outlined in the Employee Accommodation Policy : Patricia Mosca, Manager, Talent Acquisition, to ensure your accessibility needs are accommodated through this process.
Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.
It is Brock University’s policy to give consideration to qualified internal applicants.
We appreciate all applications received; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
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